Future Fashion Folio and Show

The Future Fashion Design Contest is a design competition open to anyone and takes place before the Costume Con 37 convention. The FFF Design Competition is open to everyone. You do not have to have a membership to the convention, or be affiliated with any costuming group or organization to enter the contest. Winners are selected by a panel of judges and are then published in the Future Fashion Folio.

Members of Costume-Con may choose to make a design for the Future Fashion Show, which occurs during the convention. You do not need to be a member of Costume-Con 37 to submit designs. However, you must be a member of Costume-Con 37 to make up a design for the Future Fashion Show.

RULES:

  1. All entries must be original designs.
  2. You may submit as many designs as you wish.
  3. Designs will be judged solely on the creative merit of design, not the quality of the drawing.
  4. Deadline for entry is September 1, 2018
  5. Final electronic time-stamp or postmark must read September 1, 2018.
  6. Primary designs must be submitted in black and white, line art, inked images on white background.
  7. Shaded and colored variations may be included but are Not Required.
  8. Each design may include a description which identifies the source or inspiration, if any, construction notes, color and fabric preferences, and/or explanations of any details to help the judges and makers.

Submit Design by email: fff@costumecon37.org

  • Send only one design per e-mail.
  • Digital or Scanned images must be at least 300 dpi
  • Submissions must be single layer and not animated in .jpg, .tiff, .png, or .gif format. Please ask us for other formats.
  • Body of email must include: Name of Design, Name of Designer or handle.

You may also include:

  1. Shaded and colored variations labelled as “ x of [design title]”
  2. A description, construction notes, color and fabric preferences,    or explanations of any details to help the judges and makers.
  3. Send entries to: fff@costumecon37.org

Below are examples of designs published in the Future Fashion Folio, then created for the Future Fashion Folio Show.

  

Photo credits: Sheila Perry, Karen O’Malley